Ok, as far as I know this product is available to the public now, so I can provide my 2 cents.
2012 2 door Rubicon
4.10 Final Drive
6 speed manual transmission
I have had the 87 tune installed for the last couple of weeks. I popped a K&N drop-in filter at the same time as well.
*Better throttle response. There is no longer a long lag time between punching the gas and taking off. It is actually kind of annoying... which might be more pronounced because of my gear ratio/manual trans - but basically, when sitting in traffic, I will have to feather the gas pedal or else I will experience power surging.
*Better gas mileage. I haven't done the exact test, but before I was getting a combined 13-15mpg (more city than highway) and have bumped that up to 15-16+ without changing my driving habits.
*Corrected TPMS and Speedo. The flashpaq allowed me to disable the TPMS and reset the speedometer to adjust for tire size and gear ratio.
There are a bunch of other options that I haven't utilized.
Is it worth $350?
Maybe... Before the Flashpag, my speedometer was innacurate and my TPMS light was always on. This didn't bother me but if it did, for around $150 I could have gotten the flashcal or procal to do these basic calibrations.
That means the tuning is valued at around $200. You get a little better MPG and noticeably better throttle response. This is probably a greater value than doing a cold air intake or exhaust system, but it doesn't really add a whole lot of power.
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